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410

UTTAR PRADESH GAZETTfr OCTOBER 22, 1955

OFFICE    OF THE DIRECTOR OF MEDICAL AND HEALTH SERVICES, UTTAR PRADESH

Qtitar

Districts and Cities

Allahabad City
Azamgarh District
ffa'dci District
Jaunpur District

Total
>r_fche- week, ending October 1, 1955 :

Districts ?nd  Cities

UTTAB PRADESH

Plague

Seizures     Deaths

Seizures      Death!

Small-pox
Seizures        Deaths

I

4               3

Plagua
gaizurea          Deaths

0 holer*

Siaall-pox

Eta\vah District
"Hardoi District
Jaunpur District

Total

0:t-ber 13,

Saizaraa           Daatha           Seizures       Deaths

A. N. CHOPRA, Director;

MONTHLY AGRICULTURAL REPORT OF   UTTAR
PRADESH FOR  THE   MONTH   OF   AUGUST,
1955.

/—Season,

During the first fortnight of the month under report
there were modarate to heavy rains in many districts
and light to moderate laina in the rest. During the
second fortnight, there were light to mpderate rains
in the majority of districts and sporadic showers to light
r«ins in the rest. Tne total ro.inL.ll for the month
was in slight to large excess of the normal in the ma-
jority of districts and in slight to moderate defect of
the normal in the rest. Tne weather remained, sultry
throughout the month. Ths annexed statement shows
the districtwise distribution of rainfall in inches during
the month.

II—Agricultural operations

Preparation of land for the next rabi crops continued
in the large majority of districts. Sowing of kharif
crops and transplantation of Ute paddy remained in
full swing in rainy districts and were practically
over by the end of the month. The weeding operations
of the standing kharif crops continued in certain
districts. Harvesting of maize started in a
few districts. Due to excessive rains and floods,
the agriomtwr&I operations were held up in many
district^ .particularly in eastern 17. P.

III—Standing crops                             j

and                                         \

IV—Prospects of harvest

The condition of the standing cropa and, their
prospects of outturn Were reported to be generally
satisfactory except in areas which were adversely affec-
ted by heavy rains and floods. Severe and extensive
damage to the standing crops was caused as a result of
floods and water-logging in the, low-lying areas pf
Ea.izb.bad, Jaunpm*, GoraJdipiir/ "Basti, AzF.mgai'hj
Daoria, SultanpUTj Prats.pgarh, Allahabad, Banaran,
Gonda, Bahr&ich &nd Ballia distiicts. On the other
hand3 some damage to pp.ddy crop was reported from
the districts of Naini TtJ, M^inpuri and Moradabad
due to scanty rains.

V—Damage to crops

Damage caused to the standing kharif crops by
floodSj water-logging and scarcity of rains has already
been described above. According to the report
received from the Entomologist to Government, IX P.,
field rats caused damage to juar) maize, paddy, sugar-
cB,ne and, groundnut crops in some'" districts. Attach
of top shoot borer on sugarcane, of gundhy bug on
paddy and sawan s,nd of kharif grass-hoppers on
juar, sawan and sugarcane were reported from several
districts. Control measures against these field rats and
- pests were undertaken by the Plant [Protection
Service, U P.